How can I arrange this small bedroom?

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I've a very small bedroom and want to rearrange the furniture. but due to 2windows ,1 closet door and the bedroom door..oh,yes and the radiator,I just don't know what to do. any suggestions?
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  • Jlp16623674 Jlp16623674 on Jan 01, 2017
    I would move everything clockwise by one wall. Put the head of the bed on the closet wall. The taller dresser on the next wall. And the shorter dresser on the window wall. But I don['t know if your night stand would fit next to the bed.

    I would also remove the foot board from the bed. But it might need a different frame where you can just attach the head board to it. And honestly I'd get rid of one of the dressers. The taller one that doesn't match. I know your closet is really small, though. A couple of under-bed slide out boxes might really help. Move out of season items to the garage or basement, if possible.

    Wall-mount the television to clear off the dresser.

    Your bedroom set is beautiful, btw.
    • Jeannie Jeannie on Jan 01, 2017
      I couldn't have said it better myself. Good ideas, especially the footboard and the use of the space under the bed.
  • Anne Johnson Anne Johnson on Jan 01, 2017
    Your choices are certainly limited. What is it you don't like about the present arrangement. Does that closet door reflect the actual size of storage area or is it much bigger. Is storage the problem? Is this your main bedroom or a guest room?
    • Cassandra Caldwell Cassandra Caldwell on Jan 02, 2017
      hi Anne, this the only bedroom. I would just like a change. it's been the same way for 10yrs. and since I can't move...lol the closet isn't the issue. I've even considered not using that closet at all. thanks.
  • Jcraw Jcraw on Jan 01, 2017
    I would paint the room to match your comforter. I would eliminate curtains and get simple, maybe lightly patterned balloon shades. Will your bed fit on the window wall first shown? I bought a curtain rod a bit wider than my bed (doubling the real width of my window.
    will triple dresser fit on high chest wall? If so, switch. Put the tv on the high chest and get a large, wide interesting mirror over long chest To expand room. Old framed"pictures" are cheap at yard sales. Have your hardware store cut a mirror to fit. Maybe a lamp on triple dresser.
    The beige mirror is probably better off somewhere else that needs light, or if it's pretty (hard too see), over your headboard., to pull up the eye. Right now everything is low - adding to visual height will make the room look larger.
    Im hesitant to tell you to put your dressers on a wall in front of radiators. I know what a pain that is. If you don't know so already, before moving furniture buy yourself a few packs of Magic Sliders. use some Pledge or whatever on them to slide even better and tuck under your big pieces. Makes changing rooms around an easy treat. Worth every cent last forever. Buy good quality. The really cheap ones crack easily and scratch your floors.
    Look forward to seeing your finished product. Good luck and have fun. Happy New Year.
  • Mary Mary on Jan 01, 2017
    Rule of thumb is when walking into a room the first thing you see is a focal point. Your bed is the focal point and I would hang something over the night stand to balance the window on the other side, such as two prints one on top of each other or a mirror, or a larger piece of art. I think if you had a different headboard such as a tufted one, it would soften all the wood around the room. I would hang the tv on the wall and maybe switch the dressers around. Personally I feel drapes make the room feel smaller, and I would probably put in blinds or Roman shades to give the room more visual area. You have done a beautiful job with your room. Good luck!
    • Cassandra baker Cassandra baker on Jan 01, 2017
      thank you so much for your great suggestions. the only issue I have is the curtains...I should have mentioned I live on the 1st floor and I'm not comfortable with having no curtains. I love the idea about hanging the tv up on the wall but i'm nervous about doing so myself and I just can't afford to pay someone ,right now. the bedroom set was given to me by a friend that's now deceased and I love it. I do however have blinds but I could probably get a different kind of blinds. Happy New Year!!!! thanks again.
  • Deanna Nassar Deanna Nassar on Jan 01, 2017
    First off measure and make a small diagram. How much usable space on each wall. How long and wide is each piece of furniture? From there it may be a jigsaw puzzle. Like many apartments I've been in; often comes down to here or nowhere. One thing for sure TV needs to go on wall if at all possible. In my bedroom the only things match are dresser and chest that are older than I am. One wall is a double window. Add to that I must have two feet of space to get walker through. I see the cane by door so welcome to the will get it done club.
    • Cassandra Caldwell Cassandra Caldwell on Jan 01, 2017
      thanks. this apartment complex was built in 1939 and originally used to house some military families. I moved here to help my mom who now resides in a nursing home. she will be 92 next month. anyway I can't afford to move. so I now have to accommodate my own disabilities. and have tried to do so on a small budget. I would like to hang the set up. I've even tried putting it on the taller dresser. maybe putting dresser in closet but won't fit. with the help of my home talk friends, I know a solution will be found. thanks again.
  • Lily Schlender Lily Schlender on Jan 01, 2017
    I would leave everything the way it is just turn the bed and the nightstand to the first wall on the left as you enter your room. If you use The sliders on the bottom of the bed you could easily move to make your bed. If you have 2 bedrooms, make one your dressing room and one your sleeping area. Nice furniture don't get rid of anything.
    • Cassandra baker Cassandra baker on Jan 02, 2017
      Thanks so much. I too was thinking of turning the bed in that positiin but thought it would cut the room, making it look even smaller. But I might try if only to rule out. I wish I had two bedrooms...lol. I do appreciate your input. Once I make a final decision, I will post.
  • Lily Schlender Lily Schlender on Jan 02, 2017
    I think that turning the bed would give you more floor space , happy birthday to your mom.

  • Anne Johnson Anne Johnson on Jan 02, 2017
    If you're using the cane, this is probably the only arrangement for maximum floor space. Why not redecorate. Leave the closet; if nothing else add shelves & a hook to hide your laundry items and robe. Or if it's an option remove the door and install a curtain for easier access. Since the furniture doesn't match, why not paint the furniture, and existing mirror, white using chalk paint. Paint the walls in a brighter color, change out the comforter, drapes, and add art work or mirrors above the bed. Mount the tv on the wall. For bargains, try Goodwill, TJ Maxx, Homegoods and IKEA.
  • Anne Johnson Anne Johnson on Jan 02, 2017
    Hi Cassandra. If you're using cane this is probably the only arrangement for maximum floor space. However, why not consider redecorating. The furniture doesn't appear to match, why not paint it all white, including the existing mirror; and paint the walls a pretty color. Use chalk paint for a shabby chic look. Change out the bedding and curtains. Maybe add some artwork, mount the tv above the dresser and add some pretty accessories. Shopping at places like Goodwill, TJ Maxx and Homegoods will stretch your decorating dollars.
    • Cassandra baker Cassandra baker on Jan 02, 2017
      thanks so much for all your suggestions. I live alone and have no help. I do shop at the places you mentioned when the opportunity arises. most of my friends are either sick or deceased and since I can no longer drive,its quite difficult to get to the stores. I walk to homegoods when the weather and my knees allow. I have been on 2 tv shows for decorating abilities...just can't get it together here...LOL the tall dresser was a 'find' and the bed,nightstand and the other dresser is a set that was given to me by my best friend before she passed away. the painting you suggested I can no longer do and I had purchased the tv mount I purchased is still sitting in a box waiting for a neighbor that said he would help. I do get several items (sometimes) from 'free cycle' but that's not too often. incidently the room was painted by the 'complex' I live in and we basically have to accept what they provide. I do appreciate your suggestions and will certainly keep them in mind.
  • Deanna Nassar Deanna Nassar on Jan 02, 2017
    Have you tried asking the apartment office for help to move the TV? Maybe someone at church could help. Ask you minister about it. There are so many groups that do different things for people in the community but I'm at a loss on who you could contact. I can usually depend on my BF to do things for me. Not sure what I'd do without him.
  • Eroque022810 Eroque022810 on Jan 03, 2017
    Can you move bed its headboard on wall as you walk in as Lily suggested and place the long dresser where tall dresser is and place the tall on wall as you turn right into room where short dresser is now. Then place bed table on left side if bed. So o you would see beds right side when you open door with bed table on other side and then the tall dresser as you turn right there is nothing on that wall and you face closet door with shorter dresser along the closet door. Move the bed closer to door if not enough room on opposite wall to walk comfortably since nothing on this door wall. Or place bed on the right side of door as you enter and place long dresser on left wall with the tall one on opposite wall to door and bedside table on the side you need it on. This opens up wall along closet door. So now when you enter room you face tall dresser and along the left by window is the shorter dresser if you turn right you have bed. And you face closet door and empty wall. I don't know how much space you need to get around the bed but if you really need a lot then maybe put the bed along the wall of closet and still have nothing on the right as you face closet door but now the bed is next to closet door. I think that it would be easier if we knew how much space you required to get around. Good luck.
  • Robina Lindsay Robina Lindsay on Jan 04, 2017
    You are constrained by the windows and the heater. I only see two options for the bed and that is the door wall or where it is. I would choose how you have it now for ease of maneuvering in the room. You would dislike having to walk around hat bed all the time to use the closet. Eliminate the hamper and that vase on he floor ( valuable real estate) and they make room feel cluttered. Put hamper inside closet if it needs to remain. I love the wall color and would add touches of it in the room with a throw on bed, a couple dresser items, etc. you do need something to balance the window weight on the end table wall. I agree with a couple stacked, light colored, two inch framed pictures or mirrors. dressers need to swap places and by placing a large beveled mirror over that low dresser on closet wall ( unframed ) to eliminate more "weight" in the room and visually expand the room. Tv on tall dresser on the door wall. The mirror ideally would be as wide as the dresser and tall enough. This would make a very small room look allot larger and you would love he feeling of space it would give you. I also have small rooms and use mirrors wherever I can to expand the space and throw light around. I use tall, framed mirrors at ends of hallways where I can for same effect. This would have the biggest impact in your room actually. A couple crystal buffet lamps on this dresser would be awesome ( cream shades). Changing out the window coverings would really help. I would opt for a pull up or roller shade in light color to match your rooms wood trim. This will debulk your room visually and update it as well. Balloon shades are very old fashioned. Your curtain colors are lovely, they just are too bulky for a small room. You also really need one BLING factor. I would add a miniature crystal chandelier ceiling light fixture to take your lovely space to the next level! Reflected in that big mirror over the low dresser it would really POP as the decorators love to say.
    So,there, more ideas for you to play with! Fun!!!! Love, love to decorate Like you do. You have nice taste.
    PS:' That wall TV is sleeker looking for sure, but I feel is not necessary as you will have to look at wires on wall, etc. placing it on tall dresser on the door wall is ideal for viewing while reclined. 💕
    • Cassandra baker Cassandra baker on Jan 04, 2017
      Thanks so much for your great ideas. I like them all and since they say great minds think alike. I've already positioned the bed and dressers the way you suggested(did it yesterday). I'm still not sure about placing the tv on the tall dresser,but definitely might try. the curtains I liked because the color went well with the comforter. I would love to replace fan and ceiling light with a chandelier ,but I desperately require that fan to circulate air in summer. but promise me if you think of any other ideas, you'll let me know.


  • Susan Susan on Jan 04, 2017
    Love your comforter!
  • Jeannie Carle Jeannie Carle on Jan 05, 2017
    I totally agree with changing out the dressers! And love the wall color - but need something on the wall to ease the "solid" - we have a place 20 miles from me that is a "Mission" - everything thing there is free and donated, which is where I got my comforter and a light-weight mirror. I also have to depend on someone else to get me there, but every month or so, I CAN get there and yes, I dig through "stuff" until I find something I like. IF it were me, the bed would be against the wall where-ever it would fit to give me back that little bit of floor space.
    • Cassandra baker Cassandra baker on Jan 05, 2017
      thanks so much for your interesting suggestions. haven't quite made a final decision on placement of furniture...just reading all hometalk imput and maybe take a little from each one.
  • Sam Sam on Jan 05, 2017
    instead of traditional dressers, why not go to taller narrow pieces.
    these would be easier to place in dif places (and move around if you wanted a change. and give you a more open feeling
    in the room as well as the capability to change things around a bit more. standing two together, or apart one in a dif area etc. four would work and give you a lot more space in the room! instead of drapes, see if you can get shutters or honey comb shades. with just a ruffle at the top or something. it will take away the closeness of the drapery and feel more open. go lighter in paint on the walls and keep the bed frame dark, the night stand as well. think vertical in the furnishings. also for a bit more storage, get rolling plastic containers for under the bed. this will give a bit more space in your closet for items you don't use all the time or seasonally.
    I've had many a small room and narrow and tall has always worked for me.
    happy decorating!


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    • Sam Sam on Jan 06, 2017
      ah yes, it is difficult when one is attached to the pieces. the bed and side stand are lovely. i'm 65 so I know how it is with wanting to have things around that we are comfortable with. the window treatments I suggested do work for privacy as well if that is your concern. in one place I was in. I used shutters and that was really nice because I had two sets. one on top part of the window and one on bottom. I could have just the top louvers open and the bottom shut all all of them open etc.
      also used this idea once before w a sheer in the back of the shutters. so, no one could see in , but I could see out well enough.
      well, good luck w your decorating! yes! pin a pic when all done!

  • Kj Kj on Jan 05, 2017
    Hi Cassandra! Would you be able to swap the bed with the double bureau? I was thinking that having the bed closer to the door would make it easier on you. You mentioned in an earlier response that the tall chest was a find. My question is, do you need it? Perhaps re-evaluating your clothing storage needs would allow you to lose the tall cabinet for someone else to find? I would also suggest a full length mirror on that wall if you are able to "lose" the the tall chest. The bedside table would be just inside the door, and you could turn the light on as you walk in.
    Good luck! Be sure to post pictures when you make all the final decisions!
  • Kj Kj on Jan 05, 2017
    I like that idea a lot! It would certainly give you more room in the footprint of the room. It would probably be a good idea to measure the depth of the dresser before you move it to be sure you can access the drawers. Putting full length mirror where the tall dresser is would also help lighten the room with reflected light, giving the illusion of more space.
  • Rosie Rosie on Jan 06, 2017
    Cassandra, I have a few suggestions starting with the light in the room. The side curtains at the windows are blocking light. If you don't care to remove them, do try to push them as far to the sides as possible. As previously suggested, remove the hamper by hiding in the closet. The vase and dried arrangement do nothing but take up floor space . Dried is out.
    How about hanging the robe INSIDE the closet and getting a mirror for the outside of the door..not expensive. It will expand the space by reflecting light.
    Move the tv 'box'...hide it behind the tv.
    Use that space for a sizable decorative piece. Find some coordinating framed prints to place on the wall above where the box is now.
    You need an accent color....perhaps a deep rose pink. A throw on the bed, or one additional pillow, a bowl or vase or box on the dressers, as well as in the prints near the tv.
    One last suggestion. You might consider talking to the apt. maintenance man about doing a few jobs for you for a fee.

    Wow!!! I DID go on, huh?!
  • Gail Hoak Gail Hoak on Jan 06, 2017
    Cassandra, have you thought of eliminating one of the dressers, which seem fairly large, and using under the bed storage. I would also get rid of the vase and anything else that constitutes taking up valuable real estate on the floor. Also I would move the bed on the entry door wall and arrange the furniture from that point on. Think of vertical storage both inside the closet and in the room itself, including the back of the doors.

  • Deborah Lee Deborah Lee on Jan 06, 2017
    Before I moved a few years ago, the first thing I did was to take some blank paper and draw the rooms with the door and window placements, then cut out smaller pieces for the furniture, as close to scale as possible. Then I just moved them around on paper until I came up with an arrangement that worked for me!
  • Mary Mary on Jan 06, 2017
    If you change your closet door to a sliding door that would allow you to move your bed to the closet wall. Put up a shelf on the window side a little over the heater for a lamp and a book. put the smaller dresser on the opposite wall and maybe you will be able to put a small chair by that and the night stand. But a sliding door or doors could increase the possibilties
  • Loretta Loretta on Jan 06, 2017
    Paint the doors same color as walls, will blend in more can keep trim same color. Lighter linens on the bed
  • Linda Linda on Jan 06, 2017
    Have you thought of putting the bed on an angle from one of the two corners that don't have doors. That way, you could have a night stand on one side, and a tall dresser on the other. [Sorry, it's hard to tell if the room will fit doing this or not]. Some good ideas....Also, if you have another room available, you might want to consider putting one of your dressers in it, to open up the bedroom floor plan. Hope you find the right solution[s] for you!
  • MrsBleezzy MrsBleezzy on Jan 06, 2017
    Your room has so much potential. First I would try to paint the room a brighter, bolder color, including the ceiling. I would even paint one wall with a contrasting color. Then I would suggest placing the bed on the wall where the closet is, and possibly removing the foot-board. The hamper has got to go, consider placing in the bedroom closet, or the bathroom. A box can simply be made to wrap around the heater, that way you will add extra shelving while eliminating the eyesore. Don't forget to paint the wraparound same color as the wall. Your nightstand can be placed on a angle opposite from the bed, or the tall chest. Either one would work, my suggestion is to use the chest, and place the nightstand in the closet for added shelving and storage. Be sure to change out your knobs on the drawers to update, and they all match. If interested in lighting up the furniture you could trim the lines out with a nice bright color, or get bold and just paint them entirely a bright color. If the furniture is to be keep the original dark color then definitely go brighter on the walls. For the windows I personally love sheers. In a small space the more natural light the better. I have even used brightly made pull shades, or roman shades, both are easy to make. Can't wait to see pics on what you decide.
  • Bet8772663 Bet8772663 on Jan 06, 2017
    Hi Cassandra, the first thing that struck me was your room is all neutral colors. I would add color with throw pillows to your bed and change window side panels to a color. Hang a soft but colorful picture above your bed and pull out colors to the window coverings and pillows. The colors need not be bright. Pastels would work well. Color causes the eye to move through the room and can make the room to look bigger.
    If you have blinds behind the sheers for privacy and light control, remove the side curtains and replace with sheer swags. This will add airiness and take some heaviness away from the large furniture. Good luck with project. Love the dresser and understand why you want to keep it.
  • Azza Eltoukhey Azza Eltoukhey on Jan 10, 2017

    Hi Cassandra,
    My ideas:
    1- Turn the furniture clock wise ,I mean turn each price to the next wall the bed instead the tall dresser ,and the long dresser and TV under the long window because it isn't used ,and the tall dresser in L shape with the long dresser in the wall of the bed now.
    2- put long mirror on the closet door will increase the light and space of the room.
    3- put small rugs in bright colours between the bed and dresser and the bed and the right wall on interning the room.
    4- change the colour of the wall painting ,if possible, to off-white to increase the light and do contrast with brown furniture.
    Good luck for you and hopefully to reach to the good ideas.
  • Cassandra Caldwell Cassandra Caldwell on Jan 10, 2017
    thanks so much for sharing your thoughts. I do appreciate it.
    • Wanda Rowe Wanda Rowe on Jan 29, 2017
      Love some of these ideas. Sheers will definitely make the room more airy feeling. You may also want to consider mounting the tv on the wall to free up the top of the dresser. Pictures with light colored frames will help also.
  • Lucy Marie Bernier Lucy Marie Bernier on Feb 13, 2017
    Too dark of a room, too much furniture, furniture color is dark. If it's a guess room it just needs the essentials of a guest room. Radiator, build a shelf over the top of it. Make it useful instead of an eyesore.
  • Cassandra Caldwell Cassandra Caldwell on Feb 13, 2017
    . well, I finally decided what to do with it and pics have been posted. I think it turned out pretty good and i'm pleased with it for now. thanks so much for your comments. I could not just put the essentials of a guest room because its my only bedroom
  • Sam Sam on Feb 14, 2017
    where?! would love to see what you've done!
  • Eileen Cruz Eileen Cruz on Feb 15, 2017
    i love the color on the wall. However, I would change the bedding to a lively color just for punch in the room. Then I would caddy corner the bed at an angle and align a nightstand to the bed. I would place the TV on the opposing wall and place the dresser without mirror under it. The other dresser could go on the wall with the window. I would hang curtains wal yo wall to cover windows and door giving you another space to place a chair. Good luck!
    • Cassandra Caldwell Cassandra Caldwell on Feb 15, 2017
      thanks so much for your suggestions. I especially like the wall to wall curtain idea. I posted a picture of the bedroom now. but I do still have an empty wall.
  • One8414992 One8414992 on Feb 16, 2017
    I so identify! We are about to move & have a small bedroom also.....So here goes....Your furniture is heavy and meant to be in a larger room.......What I've done in prep. is to store my Mom's furniture and go to something less.........You "might" possibly consider selling it as a set on say Craigslist if you are not very attached to it......Keep the mattress however.....I was able to store one dresser in our closet...Depends on how big your closet is, right? The current furniture is DARK and adds "weight" to the over all look......Less is more in a small space.....It's hard to tell, but it looks like the bed would be great against the wall where the closet is......Is it a Queen size? And are you married of have a partner? If so you need to consider him......and his side of the bed.Next, I would go for paint in WARMER shade.....Example.:.A very soft and light MANGO shade......White ceiling and perhaps a shade or two "darker" of the mango on the wall behind the bed......Paint the closet door the same shade.......And the bedroom door on the inside of room as well.....If you have wood trim at base of floors paint that out in White, but use high gloss "enamel".......Mount the t.v. directly across from the bed on that wall...And build an inexpensive wood shelf painted white "underneath" the t.v. Attach the back side of shelf from underneath. And then add two pretty legs at front of shelf on either side.......You could add two more shelves...One on the bottom and one middle shelf.....Then purchase inexpensive baskets or woven straw or wire and store items in those..........Walmart or World Market had tons of baskets to choose from.......Keep them a light color........Even 99 cents store, but they are usually plastic, but can be spray painted out in white.........Depending upon how wide you make the shelf you now have room for 3-4 baskets on each shelf, which equals 6 or 8 baskets each shelf........Shop and measure the "depth" of basket and then build the shelves the same depth..... So that baskets do not protrude out from the shelf..........Now for above your bed....A co. called "Spoonflower" (look on Goggle) has a "huge" amount of wonderful wall papers and matching fabrics. etc..........Most of the wallpapers are REMOVABLLE......Select your FAVORITE paper and make a FAUX HEADBORD behind bed......Box in the new headboard and add thin wood trim from Home Depot & paint out, white.......So it looks finished.............Now using the oval mirror you already have, spray paint it out in a wonderful color and hang it securely to above the center of the bed on the wall......Using your wallpaper as a guide for colors, paint the mirror the darkest of one of the colors......So it pops...........The color you choose for the mirror and -1 or 2-3 other colors, in your chosen wallpaper, will now be your "accent colors" in the room.........Next find two inexpensive bedside lamps that attach to the wall and install........For reading in bed. I would do away with bedside tables and just install a wooden shelf with pretty supports, all painted out white...........Paint your radiator the same color as the room walls.......Yes, you can have fireproof, heat resistant paint mixed & tinted at Home Depot or other handy man stores........1 quart will suffice....Your current bedspread-quilt is just beautiful and no need to change this......Just pop on a few accent color pillows and change the sheets to a happy color like melon......When you paint the doors use a primer first and then a gloss enamel, not wall paint.......For wall paint, go to a Satin finish.......A full length mirror on the closet door, trimmed in wood would be a bonus.....Buy the largest mirror you can find or that fits, & esp. your finances......! Hang your robe in the closet on a hook.....
    Okay, you may NOT care for this suggestion, but I have a thing about limp, not installed properly, saggy drapes or curtains.........Just because it is a WINDOW does NOT mean you need to hang curtains or drapes..........I see you already have blinds for privacy........I took my blinds down and washed the devil out of them in the bath tub and let dry and then spray painted them a fresh new white.......Mine were PINK of all the silly colors! It worked out just swell! Drapes and curtains also get dirty and hold dust like mad, and they CAN be expensive......Who needs this? My suggestion to finish the window treatment is to make a CORNICE to mount to the wall, up high above the windows......You can paint it, or cover in fabric, or even apply your chosen wallpaper.........You can build from wood, or even foam core! If you like BLING trim the bottom edge from some store bought trim by the yard that has beads on the bottom edge.Sold by the yard and just glue it on.......Hot glue would work or Elmer's or a craft glue...Hold in place using clothes pins till dry........I use Aileen's glue for a LOT of things.......Sold nearly everywhere.....All my DIY projects are meant to be INEXPENSIVE! Cover your existing toss pillows and sew new covers.......Or THRIFT shop and look for the colors of things you like........Or, Craigslist, or Habitat for Humanity...ETC.....eBay, or ETSY.........Garage sales.......And have a garage sale yourself for everything you don't wish to keep. Even the furniture.....Well advertised on Craigslist........Your floors are gorgeous! An area rug on your side of the bed that can be for comfort would be pretty and nice......Approx: 6x8.....Nothing little!I spied a vase on the floor that holds some flowers? You can spray paint that to match your accent colors or buy pretty inexpensive vases at thrift shop........Get the vase up off the floor and on a table of some sort..........Group "pretties" in 3's....Have lots of candles around, but in fireproof holders and on a tray or? Use the t.v. wall on either side to hang pretty art that you LOVE.....After all, you will be looking at that wall often! Have all white frames for a decorator display look.....
    Air out the entire room, open windows and let stay overnight......Vacuum thoroughly, walls, floors, ceiling, baseboards, then clean & wax floors if that's your choice.......Last step add a plug in scented device, like Lavender and BINGO, you're done.........Have fun and don't hate me...Tee Hee!
    • Cassandra Caldwell Cassandra Caldwell on Feb 16, 2017
      thanks so much for all your wonderful suggestions. I've already posted the changes to the room....just wondering what to put on the empty wall.